Karen Fernicola

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Karen Fernicola, also known as Karen Fernicola Suhr and Karen Suhr, was a Project Coordinator at the Tobacco Institute circa 1988-1989.[1] By 1990, she was the Institute's Issues Manager. She headed up the Institute's Fire Service Program, which was aimed at de-fusing calls for fire-safe cigarettes.[2]

She worked at the Institute with Martin J. Gleason and Susan Stuntz.

Documents and Timelines

1993 Nov 17 The key Public Relations Staff at the reduced Tobacco Institute

See page 30 http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu/tid/wyr08b00/pdf

References

  1. Quilline TD, Illinois Fire Safety Alliance Untitled letter July 10, 1989. Bates No. TIILBC0003145
  2. Fernicola K, Tobacco Institute Fire Safety Issue Report. February, 1991. Bates No. TI14580579/0581

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